Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Gerard A. Vanderhaar Papers
Scope and Content Papers documenting his participation in Pax Christi USA and in the peace movement in general; files representing courses he taught; research papers and drafts of his writings; correspondence, reports, material distributed at meetings, financial papers, periodicals, photographs, and videos. Also material on the U.S. Bishops' peace pastoral and documentation of his interaction with Bishop Thomas Gumbleton and Bishop Carroll T. Dozier. Also records of Janice Vanderhaar's service on the National...
National Assembly of Religious Women (U.S.) Records
Scope and Content Correspondence, organizational records, budgets, newsletters, surveys, memoranda, printed matter, clippings, cassettes, films, and photographs; concerning justice, the role of women in the church, economic and racial inequality, nuclear disarmament, and U.S. policy in Central America. Correspondents include Sisters Ethne Kennedy, SSJ, Marjorie Tuite, OP, Merle Nolde, OSB, Catherine Pinkerton, CSJ, Mary O'Keefe, OP, and Kathleen Keating, SSJ.
Oral Histories Collection
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews conducted under the auspices of the University of Notre Dame Archives, including audio recordings and transcriptions of interviews on Catholic Action and Social Justice; the National Catholic Reporter; and Notre Dame faculty, staff, and students. Governed by agreements with the people interviewed, some of these are open for use and some closed or restricted.
Theodore M. Hesburgh Papers
Scope and Content Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, agenda, dockets, minutes, handbooks, proposals, plans, reports, financial papers, lists, circulars, newsletters, bulletins, press releases, offprints, contracts, bylaws, and material distributed at meetings of boards of directors, committees, and commissions on which Hesburgh served; including the United States Commission on Civil Rights (1958-1973), National Science Board (1954-1966), Rockefeller Foundation (1962-1982), International Atomic Energy Agency...